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ANNUAL REPORT 
1977 



THE CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATIONAL 
CHRISTIAN CONFERENCE 



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TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL MEETING 
August 10-12, 1976 



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ANNUAL MEETING LOCATIONS 



1948 - Chicago, Illinois 

1949 - Chicago, Illinois 

1950 - Milwaukee, Wisconsin - Finnish Luteran Congregational Church 

1951 - No meeting 

1952 - Chicago, Illinois - Salem Evangelical Free Church 

1953 - Wheaton, Illinois - College Church of Christ 

1954 - Chicago, lUinois - Central Park Congregational Church 

1955 - Oshkosh, Wisconsin — Plymouth Congregational Church 

1956 - St. Paul, Minnesota - University Avenue Congregational Church 

1957 - West Williamsfield, Ohio - West Williamsfield Congregational 

Church 

1958 - Portland, Oregon - Staub Memorial Congregational Church 

1959 - Argos, Indiana - Argos Congregational Christian Church 

1960 - North Collins, New York - First Congregational Church 

1961 - Carlisle, Massachusetts — Carlisle Congregational Church 

1962 - Oshkosh, Wisconsin - Plymouth Congregational Church 

1963 - Lima, Ohio - Calvary Church, Conservative Congregational 

1964 - Mobridge, South Dakota — Conservative Congregational Church 

1965 - Scotia, New York - East Glenville Community Church 

1966 - Pasadena, California - Lake Avenue Congregational Church 

1967 - Buffalo Center, Iowa - First Congregational Church 

1968 - Boston, Massachusetts - Park Street Church 

1969 - Wheaton, Illinois - The College Church 

1970 - Vista, California - Community Church of Vista 

1971 - Wheaton, Illinois - Wheaton College 

1972 - Wenham, Massachusetts - Gordon College 

1973 - St. Paul, Minnesota - Northwestern College 

1974 - Portland, Oregon - Multnomah School of the Bible 

1975 - Grand Rapids, Michigan Calvin College 

1976 - Cape May, New Jersey - Cape May Bible College 



1 977 CONFERENCE OFFICERS 

/ 

President Dr. James H. Blackstone, Jr. 

640 Bel Air, Vista, CA 92083 

First Vice President Rev. George S. Buhl 

207 Main Street, Kingston, MA 02364 

Second Vice President Rev. Bruce R. Brown 

1546 Traveld Way, Encinitas, CA 92024 

Conference Minister Rev. J. Bruce Ostien 

^ 1590 Coloma Court, South, Wheaton, IL 60187 

Conference Secretary Rev. Samuel T. Hemberger 

235 N. Mill Rd., Apt. 316B, Addison, IL 60101 

Recording Secretary Rev. Clarence J. Schultz, Jr. 

1916 Lackawanna Avenue, Superior, WI 54880 

Treasurer Mr. William Nygren 

89 Morningside, St. Paul, MN 55119 

Editor Rev. WilHs E. Joiner 

1 109 Decatur Street, Chesapeake, VA 23324 

Historian Rev. Edward A. Whitman 

Box 177, Clifton Park, NY 12065 

Controller Mr. Floyd Bernard 

3003 N. 21st Street, Superior, WI 54880 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS 

(1974-77 Term) 

Rev. Lester Blank, Jr., 66th at Citrus Ave., Azusa, CA 91702 
Dr. Paul E. Toms, Park Street, Boston, MA 02108 
Rev. Jay Warren, 809 Washington Ave., Highland, IL 62249 
Rev. Rodney Wetzig, P. 0. Box 6, Lake View, NY 14085 

(1975-78 Term) 

Rev. Nevin A. Haines, 3619 5th Avenue, Scottsbluff, NB 69361 
Rev. Paul R. Jones, 600 Ward St., Devola, Marietta, OH 45750 
Rev. Ron Sylvester, 169 Village St., Medway, MA 02053 
Dr. Harold Steinhauser, Route #2, Davis Junction, IL 61020 

(1976-79 Term) 

Mr. Orrin Bailey, 4260 Eastlake Rd., Muskegon, MI 49444 
Rev. Wayne Hamilton, 28 Sturges St., Jamestown, NY 14701 
Rev. R. Maxwell Vague, 809 Alberta Ave., Oceanside, CA 92054 
Mr. Philip E. Watts, 387 Purchase St., So. Easton, MA 02375 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Annual Meeting Locations 2 

Officers 3 

Committees 5 

1977 Budget 7 

Treasurer's Report 8 

Gift Income from Churches 10 

Auditor's Report 10 

Constitution and By-Laws 13 

Area Representatives 24 

Regional Fellowships 25 

Member Churches 28 

Ordained Ministers 45 

Licensed Ministers 56 

Conference Care 59 

Individual Lay Members 61 

Conference Benefactors 62 

Missionaries 66 

Armed Forces Chaplains 66 

Conference Services 72 



CONFERENCE COMMITTEE MEMBERS 

(* denotes committee chairman) 



1977 Term 
James Bitner 
Christian Martin 
Henry T. Hudson 
Philip E. Watts 
Jack W. Roth 



1979 Term 

* Richard J. Anderson 

Conrad Heidel, Jr. 

Thomas L. Maher 

*Donald M. Engel 

*Jay Warren 

Lloyd F. Dean 
*Graeme C. Smith 

Gary R. PolHtt 



1978 Term 

BODY LIFE 

Lynn Scovil 

CHRISTIAN EDUCATION 

*Nevin A. Haines 

CHURCH EXTENSION 
*Paul R. Jones 

CHURCH GROWTH 

Clifford Christensen 

CONSTITUTION STUDY 

James Johnson 

CREDENTIALS 
Edward A. Whitman Bruce R. Brown 

Charles N. Svendsen Charles N. Svendsen 

EDITORIAL 
Robert Baker Roger Lark 

(The Board appointed the Editor, *Willis E. Joiner, Chairman of this 
committee) 

EVANGELISM 
Neil L. Beery *R. Maxwell Vague Harold Bussell 

FAMILY LIFE 

Rodney Wetzig Keith Greer *Donald Ehler 

FINANCE 

*John Nygren Lester Blank, Jr. C. R. DeVinney 

FORESEE PUBLICATIONS 
Roy Shervy Samuel Schultz *Del Birkey 

Harold Steinhauser, Treasurer John Hilborn, Consultant 

FRATERNAL RELATIONS 
Herbert Webber Thomas W. Roop *A. Barry Jones 

MINISTRY 
*George S. Buhl Walter Ross, Jr. George Ensworth 

MISSIONARY 

Wallace Erickson Paul Halbert * V. Samuel Archer 

NOMINATING 
*Wayne Hamilton Lynn Scovil Ted Meter 

(The Board appointed William Bankester and WiUiam Randall to 
one-year terms on this committee) 

PRAYER 
Printice M. Toler Oden L. Woodward II *Frank E. Soules 



PROGRAM 

Donald Ehler Harold E. Milner David B. Sterling 

(The Board appointed * Lynn Scovil Chairman and Robert B. McKittrick 

Registrar of this committee) 

WOMEN'S ACTIVITIES 
♦Maurine Waechter Jean T. Ostien Henrietta McKittrick 

YOUTH 

♦Mark Shepard Ronald Hamilton Michael Bullock 



1977 ENABLING CONFERENCE BUDGET 



STAFF 
SUPPORT 



Salaries 

Social Security 
Annuity 

Health Insurance 
Utilities 
Housing 



1977 
PROPOSED 

$20,800 
1,700 
860 
2,000 
1,600 
8,000 



34,960 



TRAVEL 






5,000 


OFFICE 
OPERATIONS 


Postage 

Supplies & Prtg. 
Secretarial 
Telephone 
Rent, UtiUties 
Insurance 


1,800 
2,000 
2,000 
1,400 
3,600 
175 


10,975 


PUBLICATIONS 


Prayer Calendar 
Foresee 
Yearbook 
Tracts, Pamphlets 


2,400 

1,600 

1,000 

500 


5,500 


OFFICERS, 

DIRECTORS, 

COMMITTEES 


Mid-Wtr. Meeting 
Travel, Pstge,Supp. 
Audit, Legal Fees 


2,200 
500 
450 


3,150 


CONTRIBUTIONS 


NAE Chaplaincy 
NAE General 
NAE Stewardship 
Hist. Soc. & Libr. 


660 
40 
40 
50 


790 


MISC. 
EXPENSES 


Office Equip. Repair 
Other 


250 
100 


350 


TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS 


$60,725 





GENERAL FUND 

STATEMENT OF CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 

FOR THE YEAR 1976 

Receipts 
Contributions: 

Churches $ 34,151.92 

Ministers' Memberships and Gifts 7,661.10 

Lay Gifts 7,362.44 

Chaplains' Gifts 1,175.00 

Associations and Fellowships 680.00 

Publications and Other 50.00 

Total Contributions 51 ,080.46 

Miscellaneous Income: 

Annual Meeting Receipts 10,165.57 

Annual Meeting Expenses 9,667.29 

Net Annual Meeting Receipts 498.28 

Transfer from Forsee Publications - 

for Operating Expenses 3,800.00 

Total Miscellaneous Income 4,298.28 

Total Income 55,378.74 

Special Designations: 

Ministers' Annuities 10,139.09 

Church Extension 3,275.00 

Women's Project -Office Equipment 1,055.72 

Cornerstone Corps 25.00 

Other Designations 600.00 

Total Special Designations 1 5,094.81 

Total Receipts 70,473.55 

Disbursements 
Staff: 

Salary and Allowances 19,899.96 

Housing-Townhouse Costs 3,827.76 

Rent 3,600.00 

Annuities 599.10 

Hospitalization 2,1 70.50 

Utihties 1,396.93 

Total Staff .31,494.25 

Office and General Expenses: 

Travel 6,067.29 

Rent 3,277.56 

Secretarial Services 1 ,792.76 

Postage 1,478.08 

Supplies and Printing 1,831.01 

Telephone 1,731.86 

Bank and ('ollection Charges 7.19 

Equipment Maintenance 1 82.40 

1975 Annual Meeting 1,295.05 

P. O. Box Rental and Miscellaneous 38.00 

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DISBURSEMENTS (Cont.) 

Insurance 1 75.00 

Utilities 189.18 

Total Office and General Expense 18,065.38 

Board Expenses: 

Mid-Winter Board Meeting 1,803.94 

Fall Executive Committee Meeting 946.65 

Committee Expenses 411.25 

Total Board Expenses 3,1 61 .84 

Publications: 

Forsee 681 .58 

Yearbook 1,001.50 

Prayer Calendar 655.00 

Other 97.50 

Total PubHcations . .2,435.58 

Contributions: 

NAE Chaplaincy Commission 660.00 

NAE General Fund 40.00 

Congregational Historical Society 10.00 

Congregational Library 10.00 

Total Contributions 720.00 

Professional Services 450.00 

Total Expenses 56,327.05 

Special Designations: 

Ministers' Annuities 10,1 39.09 

Church Extension 3,275.00 

Women's Project -Office Equipment 588.25 

Other Designations 500.00 

Total Special Designations 14,502.34 

Total Disbursements 70,829.39 

Excess of Disbursements over Receipts (355.84) 

Cash Balance, January 1 , 1976 - Midway National Bank, 

St. Paul, Minnesota 1,777.61 

Cash Balance, December 31, 1976 - Midway National Bank, 

St. Paul, Minnesota 1,421.77 



1) Housing - Townhouse Costs consists of Townhouse Association 
dues, repairs and maintenance, and the monthly payments to Home 
Federal Savings for principal, interest, taxes and insurance. 

2) Travel expense includes $2,607.34 applicable to 1975 travel. 



WiLKERSON, GUTH MAN N & J O H N S O N , LT D. 

CCBTiriCO PUOl-IC ACCOUNTANTS 



WtLMCWftON .MCriMfOi I 300 NOMTHWCSTCHN NATIONAL BANK auiCOlNO 

OUTHHANN SAINT PAUL. MINNESOTA 99101 

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Board of Directors 

Conservative Congregational Christian Conference 

1107 South Mannheim Koad 

Westchester, Illinois 60153 

Gentlemen: 

We have excimined the general fund statement of cash receipts and 
disbursements of the Conservative Congregational Christian Conference for 
the year ended December 31, 1976. Our examination was made in accordance 
with generally accepted auditing standards, and accordingly included such 
tests of the accounting records and such other auditing procedures as we 
considered necessary in the circumstances. 

In our opinion, the accompanying statement of cash receipts and 
disbursements presents fairly the recorded cash transactions of the 
Conservative Congregational Christian Conference for the year ended Decem- 
ber 31, 1976, on a basis consistent with the preceding year. 

Respectfully submitted. 



Field Work Completed; 
January 29, 197 7 



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GIFT INCOME FROM CHURCHES - 1976 



Carlsbad Union Church 
Montrose Community Church 
Community Church of Palm Springs 
Lake Avenue Congregational Church 
Thousand Palms Community Church 
Community Church of Vista 
Westminster Congregational Church 
People's Congregational Church 
Kdgewood Congregational Church 
Fbenezer Congregational Church 
Congregational Christian Church 
HIS Community Church 
Zion Church 
First Congregational Church 



Carlsbad, California 


$ 660.00 


Montrose, California 


560.00 


Palm Springs, California 


100.00 


Pasadena, California 


2,850.00 


Thousand Palms, California 


— 


Vista, California 


1,050.00 


Canterbury, Connecticut 


— 


Jupiter, Florida 


-- 


Orlando, Florida 


230.00 


Paul, Idaho 


508.00 


Alto Pass, Illinois 


40.00 


Elmhurst, Illinois 


300.00 


Frceport, Illinois 


1,020.00 


Highland, Illinois 


600.00 



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Boaz Congregational Church 
Homer Congregational Church 
Union Church of Monroe Center 
Boaz Congregational Church 
Villa Ridge Union Church 
Congregational Christian Church 
Darlington Congregational Church 
First Congregational Church 
First Congregational Church 
Congregational Christian Church 
Burlington Congregational Church 
Calvary Congregational Church 
First Christian Church 
Limington Congregational Church 
St. Lawrence Congregational Church 
First Baptist Church 
Second Congregational Church 
Park Street Church 
Carlisle Congregational Church 
Community Church of Neponset 
Cape Ann Bible Church 
Mission St. Congregational Church 
Orthodox Congregational Church 
West Congregational Church 
Mayflower Congregational Church 
Mission Evangelical Cong. Church 
Medway Village Church 
North Congregational Church 
Greek Evangelical Church 
Second Congregational Church 
Grace Church Congregational 
First Congregational Church 
People's Evangelical Cong. Church 
Phillips Congregational Church 
Evangehcal Congregational Church 
West Gloucester Trinity Cong. 
First Christian Church 
First Congregational Church 
Olivet Congregational Church 
Congregational Christian Church 
Cross Congregational Church 
First Reformed Church 
Congregational Christian Church 
Maybee Congregational Church 
Orchard View Cong. Church 
First Congregational Church 
Perry Congregational Church 
Smith's Creek Cornmunity Church 
Sand Lake Chapel 
First Congregational Church 
So. Elmdale Congregational Church 
Conservative Congregational Church 
First Cong. Church of Round Prairie 
First Congregational Church 
Como Congregational Church 
University Ave. Cong. Church 
Maplewood Congregational Church 
Union Congregational Church 
Emmanuel Congregational Church 
Hope Congregational Church 



Kamak, Illinois 


200.00 


Lockport, Illinois 


150.00 


Monroe Center, lUinois 


120.00 


Villa Ridge, Illinois 


30.00 


Villa Ridge, Illinois 


280.00 


Argos, Indiana 


300.00 


Darlington, Indiana 


100.00 


Buffalo Center, Iowa 


867.30 


Parkersburg, Iowa 


740.00 


Lincoln, Kansas 


79.74 


Burlington, Maine 


40.00 


East Andover, Maine 


170.00 


Kittery Point, Maine 


165.00 


Limington, Maine 


50.00 


Portland, Maine 


84.00 


Sedgwick, Maine 


— 


Baltimore, Maryland 


120.00 


Boston, Massachusetts 


1,000.00 


Carlisle, Massachusetts 


300.00 


Dorchester, Massachusetts 


100.00 


Essex, Massachusetts 


— 


Gardner, Massachusetts 


100.00 


Gloucester, Massachusetts 


25.00 


Haverhill, Massachusetts 


185.00 


Kingston, Massachusetts 


175.00 


Maynard, Massachusetts 


240.00 


Medway, Massachusetts 


207.00 


New Salem, Massachusetts 


155.00 


Newton Centre, Massachusetts 


— 


Peabody, Massachusetts 


300.00 


Pittsfield, Massachusetts 


250.00 


Revere, Massachusetts 


240.00 


So. Ashbumham, Massachusetts 


200.00 


So. Boston, Massachusetts 


365.00 


So. Easton, Massachusetts 


805.00 


West Gloucester, Massachusetts 


100.00 


W. Mansfield, Massachusetts 


178.00 


Bancroft, Michigan 


216.00 


Bridgman, Michigan 


100.00 


Eureka, Michigan 


340.00 


FUnt, Michigan 


200.00 


Flint, Michigan 


100.00 


Maple Rapids, Michigan 


50.00 


Maybee, Michigan 


300.00 


Muskegon, Michigan 


200.00 


New Haven, Michigan 


300.00 


Perry, Michigan 


120.00 


Smith's Creek, Michigan 


93.00 


Britt, Minnesota 


544.17 


Cook, Minnesota 


270.00 


Holdingford, Minnesota 


89.25 


Hollandale, Minnesota 


240.00 


Long Prairie, Minnesota 


5.75 


Mantorville, Minnesota 


200.00 


Minneapolis, Minnesota 


— 


St. Paul, Minnesota 


650.00 


St. Louis, Missouri 


165.00 


Ft. Shaw, Montana 


— 


Plevna, Montana 


— 


Bayard, Nebraska 


388.00 



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First Congregational Church 
Zion Congregational Church 
First Cong. Church of Morristown 
South Bronx Community Church 
Clifton Park Community Church 
Community Bible Church 
Fluvanna Community Church 
Kiantone Congregational Church 
The Weakland Chapel 
Lake View Congregational Church 
First Congregational Church 
First Congregational Church 
East Glenville Community Church 
Union Congregational Church 
Central Nyack Cong. Church 
Evangehcal Congregational Church 
Hope Conservative Cong. Church 
Evangelical Congregational Church 
First Congregational Church 
Zoar Congregational Church 
First Congregational Church 
Zion Congregational Church 
Westville Congregational Church 
Hambden Congregational Church 
Community Congregational Church 
Slope Congregational Church 
Christ Memorial Church 
Zion Congregational Church 
New Haven Bible Church 
Williamette Valley Comm. Church 
Snyder Ave. Cong. Church 
Pilgrim Congregational Church 
Wiltsie Community Church 
Darlington Congregational Church 
Lakeside Bible Church 
St. John's Cong. Church 
Danby Congregational Church 
First Congregational Church 
S. Norfolk Cong. Christian Church 
Bethlehem Congregational Church 
Church at Northern Virginia 
Haven Bible Church 
Bethel Congregational Church 
Praise Chapel 

Grace Congregational Church 
Plymouth Congregational Church 
First Congregational Church 
Immanuel Congregational Church 
First Congregational Church 
First Cong. Church of Leon 
Cong. Church of Spring Valley 
Hope Congregational Church 
Ringwood Christian Church 
Crawford St. Cong. Christian Church 
Emmanuel Church 



Clarks, Nebraska 


355.00 


Norfolk, Nebraska 


126.15 


Brier Hill, New York 


30.00 


Bronx, New York 


25.00 


Elnora, New York 


— 


Inwood, New York 


165.00 


Jamestown, New York 


325.00 


Jamestown, New York 


208.50 


Jamestown, New York 


— 


Lake View, New York 


380.00 


North CoUins, New York 


900.00 


Port Leyden, New York 


50.00 


Scotia, New York 


900.00 


Tuckahoe, New York 


460.00 


Valley Cottage, New York 


100.00 


Dickinson, North Dakota 


235.00 


Elgin, North Dakota 


240.00 


Glen Ullin, North Dakota 


172.11 


Kulm, North Dakota 


— 


Mott, North Dakota 


665.00 


New Rockford, North Dakota 


— 


Turtle Lake, North Dakota 


140.00 


Beloit, Ohio 


627.20 


Chardon, Ohio 


249.50 


Columbus, Ohio 


50.00 


Hubbard, Ohio 


120.00 


Robertsville, Ohio 


— 


Weatherford, Oklahoma 


— 


Portland, Oregon 


100.00 


Portland, Oregon 


200.00 


Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 


95.00 


Plymouth, Pennsylvania 


180.00 


Russell, Pennsylvania 


25.00 


Pawtucket, Rhode Island 


596.75 


Mobridge, South Dakota 


120.00 


FoUett, Texas 


163.25 


Danby, Vermont 


50.00 


St. Albans, Vermont 


— 


Chesapeake, Virginia 


300.00 


Disputanta, Virginia 


350.00 


Oakton, Virginia 


500.00 


Vancouver, Washington 


35.00 


Washougal, Washington 


20.00 


Crandon, Wisconsin 


80.00 


Milwaukee, Wisconsin 


391.25 


Oshkosh, Wisconsin 


715.00 


Randolph, Wisconsin 


160.00 


Sheboygan, Wisconsin 


300.00 


Shiocton, Wisconsin 


100.00 


Sparta, Wisconsin 


97.50 


Spring Valley, Wisconsin 


150.00 


Superior, Wisconsin 


1,727.00 


Stouffville, Ontario 


90.00 


Toronto, Ontario 


150.00 


Toronto, Ontario 


120.00 



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CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS OF THE 
CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN CONFERENCE 

1976 



PREAMBLE 

In gratitude to Almighty God for the gift of salvation through our 
Lord Jesus Christ; and Believing that, to the glory of God, the task of 
the Church of Jesus Christ is two-fold, i.e., the evangelization of the 
world and the edification of the saints; and believing further that there 
is a definite need among congregationally governed churches of historic 
Biblical persuasion for an association to assist them in the performance 
of said task: We, therefore, as autonomous churches declaring our 
unquaUfied behef in the entire Word of God written, humbly invoking 
the guidance of the Holy Spirit, have covenanted together to form such 
an association. 

Article I - Name 

The name of this organization shall be: THE CONSERVATIVE 
CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN CONFERENCE, hereinafter called 
the Conference. 

Article II - Purpose 

1 . To deepen and extend the fellowship of our churches. 

2. To encourage a steadfast. Biblical witness by our churches. 

3. To facihtate co-operation and counsel among our churches with 
regard to evangelism, edification. Christian education, stewardship^ 
missions, church extension. Christian action, women's and men's 
fellowships, youth activities, the pastoral ministry, and other related 
concerns. 

4. To preserve and promote the Scriptural principles of the 
autonomy of the local church and the freedom of the believer in Christ. 

Article III - Statement of Faith 

1. We beheve the Bible, consisting of the Old and New Testament, 
to be the only inspired, inerrant, infallible, authoritative Word of God 
written. 

2. We believe that there is one God, eternally existent in three 
persons: Father, Son and Holy Ghost. 

3. We beheve in the deity of Christ, in His virgin birth, in His sinless 
life, in His miracles, in His vicarious and atoning death through His shed 
blood, in His bodily resurrection, in His ascension to the right hand of 
the Father, and in His personal return in power and glory. 

4. We beheve that for salvation of lost and sinful man regeneration 
by the Holy Spirit is absolutely essential. 

5. We beheve in the present ministry of the Holy Spirit by Whose 
indwelling power and fullness the Christian is enabled to live a godly 
life in this present evil world. 

6. We beheve in the resurrection of both the saved and the lost; they 
that are saved unto the resurrection of life, and they that are lost unto 
the resurrection of damnation. 

7. We beheve in the spiritual unity of all beUevers in Christ. 



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Article IV - Statement of Polity 

1. We believe that Jesus Christ is the Head of His body, the Church 
universal, and of each local church. 

2. We believe that each local church is in itself a complete church, 
and therefore autonomous and possesses all rights and responsibilities 
of the church by the Holy Spirit as set forth in the Holy Scriptures. 

3. We believe that Jesus Christ exercises His authority in each local 
church by the Holy Spirit and through the Holy Scriptures. 

4. We believe that each local church is amenable only to Jesus 
Christ, and not to any association, conference, council, synod or any 
other ecclesiastical body. 

5. We believe that it is proper and beneficial for each local church to 
seek fellowship and council of other such local churches. 

Article V - Membership 

1. Membership in this Conference shall be attained by the voluntary 
association of churches, ministers or individual laymen who find 
themselves in full accord with the Statement of Faith and Statement of 
Polity (Articles HI, IV) of this constitution, and with the general 
principles of this Conference as set forth in the constitution and 
by-laws. Conference membership, whether of church, minister or 
layman, may be subject to review by the ensuing annual meeting of the 
Conference. Ministerial membership shall be accorded on the basis of 
the approved ministerial standards of the Conference, as set forth in the 
by-laws of this constitution. Churches are not necessarily barred from 
membership because of other affiliations so long as they adhere to the 
Statement of Faith and the Statment of Polity and the workings of the 
Conference. Individual lay membership may be held only by members 
of Congregational Christian Churches which are not member churches 
of this Conference, or by members of other congregationally governed 
local churches which also are not members of this Conference. In the 
event that a non-member church joins this Conference, the individual 
lay membership of any of its members ceases. 

2. A church, minister or individual lay member may withdraw from 
membership in this conference at any time by its or his own action, and 
will be removed from the membership roll when written notice of such 
action is given to the Chairman of the Credentials Committee. 

3. In the event that there is received a written statement that a 
member church, minister or individual lay member has departed from 
the standards of faith and practice set forth in this Constitution and 
By-laws, the Committee on Credentials and Placement shall make a 
careful investigation of the matter. If the charge appears to the 
Committee to be justified, the Committee shall report the matter to the 
Conference for appropriate action. The Committee on Credentials and 
Placement shall file their report in writing with the Recording Secretary 
of this Conference and the party accused at least thirty days prior to 
the annual or special meeting at which the report is to be considered. 
The right to appeal to the Conference by the party accused is 
pre-supposed. 

Article VI - Associated Relationships 

1. The Conservative Congregational Christian Conference encour- 
ages the forming of local fellowships, conferences, or associations, of 
churches and ministers who are in accordance with Section 1 , Article V, 
of this constitution, and who are in sympathy with the statements of 
faith and polity of this Conference. 

Fellowships, conferences, or associations, whether state or area, may 
be recognized in this associated relationship upon request to and 
approval by the Credentials and Placement Committee. Such action will 
be subject to review by the ensuing annual meeting of the Conference. 

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Recognition by the Conference does not bestow membership in the 
National Conference upon churches or ministers of the respective 
groups; churches, ministers, or individual laymen, may attain voluntary 
membership according to Article V - Membership, of this constitution. 

Fellowships, conferences or associations, recognized by the National 
Conference, will be represented in the Conference business meetings by 
the delegates of their member churches which are also members of this 
Conference. 

Article VII - Meetings 

1. ANNUAL MEETING. There shall be an annual meeting of the 
Conference at such time and place as determined by the Executive 
Committee, unless the same are specifically designated by the annual 
meetings of the previous year. 

2. SPECIAL MEETINGS. These may be called at the direction of 
the Executive Committee, or upon written request of members 
representing one-fifth of the total membership of the Conference. 

3. REPRESENTATION. Churches becoming members of the Con- 
ference shall be entitled to representation at various meetings of the 
Conference by the pastors and two lay delegates per.first 100 members 
or fraction thereof, and thereafter one delegate for each 500 members 
or fraction thereof. 

Voting privileges at Conference meetings shall also be extended to 
ministerial members who are without a charge, and to individual lay 
members of the Conference, with the understanding that not more than 
one layman from any non-member church shall be entitled to vote. 

4. PROCEDURE. The guide for parliamentary procedure in all 
meetings shaU be Robert's Rules of Order, Revised, in all cases not 
covered by special rules of this Constitution and By-Laws. 

Article VIII - Officers 

1 . The elected officers of this Conference shall be: 

(a) A President, a First Vice-President, a Second Vice-President, a 
Recording Secretary, a Conference Minister, a Conference Secretary, 
a Treasurer, a Controller, an Editor, and an Historian. 

(b) The term of office for each of the above officers shall be 
three years, and for the duration of their tenure they shall be 
members of the Conference Board of Directors with full voting 
rights. 

(c) The terms of the President, the First Vice-President and the 
Second Vice-President shall expire simultaneously; and the following 
year the terms of the Conference Minister, the Recording Secretary 
and the Controller shall expire. The third year the terms of the 
Conference Secretary, Editor, Treasurer, and Historian shall expire. 

(d) No Conference officer or board member, except the Confer- 
ence Minister or Conference Secretary, may serve more than nine (9) 
consecutive years in conference offices without a lapse of at least 
one (1) year between those offices. 

2. The duly elected officers of the said Conference shall hold their 
office until their successors are chosen and installed in their stead which 
shall be at the Annual Meeting at which they are elected. 

3. If for any reason an officer chooses to resign, a letter of 
resignation shall be directed to the President, who in turn shall call it to 
the attention of the Board of Directors, which Board wiU have the 
power to accept such a resignation between meetings of the Confer- 
ence. This procedure shall also be followed if any members of the 
Board of Directors choose to resign. In the event that the President 
resigns the letter of resignation shall be directed to the Conference 
Minister, who shall present it to the Board of Directors for action. 



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Article IX - Board of Directors 

1. The business of the Conference shall be conducted by a Board of 
Directors, numbering not fewer than twelve nor more than thirty 
members, and shall include the elected officers of the Conference. The 
initial Board having been elected in three equal groups, for one year, for 
two years, and three years, respectively, one-third of the membership of 
the Board of Directors (exclusively of the Conference Officers named in 
Article VIII) shall be elected annually for a term of three years, at 
future Annual Meetings of the Conference. In the election of members 
at large, consideration shall be given to geographic representation. 

2. The Board of Directors shall establish an Executive Committee, 
to consist of the officers of the Conference. The Board may delegate to 
the Executive Committee such of its powers and authority as may be 
deemed necessary for the proper functioning of the Conference. 

3. The Board of Directors shall fill any vacancy arising among the 
officers of the Conference or in the Board itself, until the next annual 
meeting of the Conference at which time the Conference shall fill the 
vacancy for the unexpired term. 

4. The Board of Directors shall have power to endorse a ministerial 
member of the Conference for the military chaplaincy upon the 
recommendation of the Credentials and Placement Committee. This 
endorsement is subject to review by the Annual Meeting of the 
Conference. 

5. The Board of Directors shall appoint annually the Conference 
representative on the Chaplaincy Commission of the National Associa- 
tion of Evangelicals. He shall automatically be one of the five members 
of the Credentials and Placement Committee. 

6. The Board of Directors shall establish FORESEE PUBLICA- 
TIONS as the Christian Education supply and publication arm of the 
Conference; such operation to be under the direction of the Board of 
Directors. 

Article X - Incorporation 

This revised Constitution and By-Laws shall become the Constitu- 
tion and By-Laws of the Corporation established under the Constitu- 
tion and By-Laws replaced by this instrument. 

Article XI - By-Laws 

The Conference shall adopt such By-Laws as it shall deem 
appropriate and necessary for the operation of the Conference. The 
By-Laws shall provide for the manner of amendment thereof. 

Article XII - Amendments 

1 . Amendments to this constitution shall be proposed in writing by 
submitting the same to the Recording Secretary at the annual meeting 
preceding their consideration for adoption. These amendments shall be 
read to the annual meeting and copies of the same shall be mailed as 
soon as possible after the annual meeting at which they are first 
proposed to each of the Conference members (churches, ministers, and 
individual lay members). A two-thirds favorable vote of the delegates 
duly elected, and of others entitled to vote (See Article VII, paragraph 
3), shall be required for adoption; and the orderly numbering, lettering, 
capitalization and spelling of the Articles shall be cared for by the 
Constitution Study Committee. 

Article XIII - Dissolution 

No part of the net earnings or other assets of this Conference shall 
ever inure to the benefit of any donor, member, or officer of this 
Conference, or of any private individual. No donor, member, individual 
committee, associate or affiliate member or officer of this Conference 



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shnll he entitled to be a recipient in the distribution of any assets of this 
Conlerence upon dissolution. Any assets of said Conference must be 
clislrihuted or given to one or more organizations recognized by the 
Internal Revenue Service as one organized exclusively for religious, 
charitable, scientific, literary, or educational purposes. 

BY-LAWS 
I - Board of Directors 

1 . The property and business of the Conference shall be managed by 
the Board of Directors. 

2. The President of the Conference shall serve as Chairman of the 
Board of Directors, and shall preside at all meetings. 

3. Regular meetings of the Board of Directors shall be held at such 
time and place as shaU be determined by the Board, but not less than 
once a year. 

4. Special meetings of the Board of Directors may be called by the 
Conference President on one month's notice to each Board member. 
Such meeting, may be also called by the Conference Minister in like 
manner upon written request of any five members of the Board. A 
business quorum shall be any majority of the members of the Board. 

5. The Board of Directors shaU keep written minutes of each 
meeting, which are to be made available to the Conference upon 
request. 

6. The Board of Directors may employ or cause to be employed 
such other persons as the needs of the Conference may require. 

II - Officers 

1. The Board of Directors or the Executive Committee may appoint 
in addition to the officers provided for in the Constitution such 
assistant secretaries, assistant treasurers and other subordinate officers 
and agents as may be deemed necessary. Such appointed officers, shall 
hold office for the terms of, and exercise the powers and perform the 
duties assigned to them by the action of the appointing body, 

2. The President shall be chief executive officer of the said 
Conference. He may with the consent of the Board of Directors, 
delegate to other elected officers of the Conference, such authorities 
and powers of the President as from time to time may be deemed 
appropriate and necessary to facilitate the operation of the Conference. 

3. The Vice-Presidents, in order of their rank, shall, in the absence 
of the President, perform the duties and functions of his office, and in 
addition thereto such other duties as the Board of Directors may from 
time to time prescribe. 

4. The Recording Secretary, or a temporary substitute shall, attend 
all meetings of the Board of Directors and of the Conference, and cause 
to be recorded all the votes and minutes of all proceedings in a book to 
be kept for that purpose. He shall perform all such other duties as may 
be prescribed by the Board of Directors or the Executive Committee. 

5. The Conference Minister shall perform the duties of an executive 
secretary. He shall conduct the official correspondence of the Confer- 
ence and his office shall be located in a place suitable to him and to the 
work of the Conference. He shall give, or cause to be given, notice of all 
meetings of the members and of the several committees of the 
Conference and shall likewise perform such other duties as may be 
prescribed by the Board of Directors or by the Executive Committee, 
under whose supervision he shall be. He shall cause to be kept in safe 
custody the seal of the Conference and, when authorized by the Board 
of Directors or the Executive Committee, shall affix the same to any 
instrument requiring it. When so affixed it shall be attested by his 
signature, or by the signature of such other officers as shall be 
designated by the Board of Directors or the Executive Committee. The 
Missionary-At-Large shall keep an accurate roll of the names and 

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addresses of the members of the Conference, which roll shall be the 
official record of the Conference for all its purposes. He shall also travel 
in the interests of the Conference so far as time and funds may permit. 

6. The Treasurer shall have custody of the corporate funds and 
securities of the Conference, and shall cause the same to be kept in a 
safe deposit box as directed by the Board of Directors. He shall cause to 
be kept full and accurate accounts of receipts and disbursements in 
books belonging to the Conference, and shall deposit all monies and 
other valuable effects in the name of and credit of the Conference, in 
repositories indicated by the Board of Directors. The Board of 
Directors are to see that the Treasurer's books be audited annually by 
an approved certified public accountant, the report of which will be 
made directly to the Board of Directors and be made available to the 
Conference membership. 

7. The Historian shall act as a repository for materials of historical 
interest, maintain an historical account of the Conference from its 
inception and promote an interest in the churches in the details of their 
own histories and anniversaries. 

8. The Editor shall serve as a member of the Editorial Committee 
and shall serve in addition to the three elected members of this 
committee. 

9. The Controller shall approve the expenditures of all monies in 
accordance with the adopted budget. He shall assist the Treasurer in the 
preparation of the budget for presentation to the Board of Directors at 
the annual meeting. He shall make such recommendations to the Board 
of Directors for the handling of funds that he deems necessary for 
proper stewardship, 

III - Committees 

In addition to the Executive Comniittee indicated in Article IX, 
Section 2 of the Constitution, the following committees shall be 
provided. 

1. A Credentials and Placement Committee of five to be elected by 
the Board of Directors on a rotating basis for three year terms; which 
committee shall have the following duties: 

(a) The Committee shall review all applications for membership in 
the Conference. In making such a review, the Committee shall make 
every reasonable effort to investigate and interview all individuals 
making application to the Conference. This investigation should 
include, if at all possible, a personal interview by a member of the 
Committee or by a Board member; or by a member of the 
Conference, if the first two are impractical. They shall either approve 
or disapprove the application, or refer it to the Board of Directors 
for review. In the event of approval, the committee has power to 
grant membership subject to approval by the next Annual Meeting of 
the Conference. 

(b) The Committee shall take action with regard to requests for 
transferral or dismissal, such action being subject to approval by the 
next Annual Meeting of the Conference except where dismissal has 
been requested by the party in question. 

(c) All applications for membership, transfer, or dismissal, either 
approved or disapproved by the Committee and all such applications 
then in process are to be listed and circulated by the Committee to 
the entire membership of the Conference not less than thirty days 
before the Annual Meeting. Only those so listed and circulated shall 
be presented to the Annual Meeting for ratification. 

(d) The Committee shall have the power to renew ministerial 
licenses granted by the Conference upon application by the Hcensee, 
such renewal being subject to approval by the next Annual Meeting 
of the Conference. 

(e) The Committee shall have the power to receive prospective 
ministerial candidates under Conference Care, such action being 

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subject of approval by the next Annual Meeting of the Conference. 
The committee shall upon request make recommendations as to 
theological schools, and render such other counsel and assistance as 
necessary. 

(0 The Committee shall make recommendation to the Board of 
Directors regarding the endorsement of any ministerial member 
seeking to enter the military chaplaincy. 

(g) The Committee shall make an annual review of the ministerial 
activities of those with full memberships or license to determine the 
current outreach of the Conference and the propriety of continued 
ministerial status of the members. 

(h) The Committee shall make a careful investigation of those 
cases where discipUne may be necessary as ordered by Article IV, 
Section 3 of the Constitution. 

(i) The Committee shall render all assistance possible to ministers 
seeking pastorates and to churches seeking pastors, by making 
available proper information at hand to all who request it. 

2. A Program Committee of five consisting of the Conference Presi- 
dent, the host pastor, and three members to be elected by the Confer- 
ence on a rotating basis for three year terms. This Committee shall 
prepare the details of the Annual Meeting of the Conference. 

3. A Nominating Committee of five, two to be appointed annually 
by the Board of Directors and three to be elected by the Conference on 
a rotating basis for three year terms. This Committee shall provide a 
slate of candidates for the various offices and committees. 

4. A Finance Committee of three to be elected by the Conference 
on a rotating basis for three year terms. This Committee shall devise 
ways and means of providing for the financial needs of the Conference, 
and shall make such financial needs known to the constituency. 

5. A Missionary Committee of three to be elected by the Conference 
on a rotating basis for three year terms. This Committee shall encourage 
and stimulate missionary interests in the local churches by providing 
missionary literature and missionary speakers. 

6. A Christian Education Committee of three to be elected by the 
Conference on a rotating basis for three year terms. This Committee 
shall encourage the promotion of better Christian Education in the 
churches, and an interest on the part of the churches in Christian 
Education beyond the churches. 

7. An Editorial Committee of three to be elected by the Conference 
on a rotating basis for three year terms. This Committee shall publish a 
Conference Year Book annually, a Conference periodical; tracts and 
other necessary and desired literature. 

8. An Evangehsm Committee of three to be elected by the 
Conference on a rotating basis for three year terms. This Committee 
shall encourage evangelism by every means; in local churches, through 
example and counsel, through provision of appropriate literature, and 
through the suggesting of names of evangelists to churches requesting 
them. 

9. A Church Extension Committee of three to be elected by the 
Conference on a rotating basis for three year terms. This Committee 
diall make available to the Conference constituency information 
concerning potential areas for the organization of churches, and 
concerning needy churches to whom assistance and counsel would be 
helpful. The Committee shall seek to interest non-member 
Congregational Christian Churches in Conference membership. 

10. A Constitution Study Committee of three to be elected by the 
Conference on a rotating basis for three year terms. This Committee 
stiaXL annually review the Constitution and By-Laws, offer for 
consideration any appropriate revisions or amendments, and take 
necessary procedural steps to bring them before the Conference. This 

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Committee shall study also the constitutional problems of local 
churches at the request of the same, and recommend suggestions for 
improving the constitution thereof. 

1 1. A Women's Activities Committee of three to be elected by the 
Conference on a rotating basis for three year terms. This Committee 
shall seek to promote the growth and spiritual welfare of the Women's 
fellowships of member and other churches through regular 
correspondence, the exchange of ideas, programs and projects, and the 
stimulation of interest on the part of women's fellowships in the 
ministry of this Conference. 

12. A Ministry Committee of three to be elected by the Conference 
on a rotating basis for three year terms. This Committee shall make 
available to the Ministers of the Conference information regarding 
retirement and pension plans, and hospitalization. They shall plan for 
ministerial retreats and work-shops. They shall contact the ministers of 
the Conference with a view to their personal growth. 

13. A Committee on Fraternal Relations of three to be elected by 
the Conference on a rotating basis for three year terms. This Committee 
shall carry on discussions and relations with other like-minded bodies in 
this country and throughout the world. 

14. A Committee of Area Representatives. This Committee shall be 
elected by the Board of Directors on a rotating basis for three year 
terms, the number to be determined by the Board. The duties of this 
Committee shall consist of acting in the capacity of regional assistants 
to the Conference Minister. Each member shall be assigned a specific 
area of the country and be responsible for promoting, encouraging, and 
overseeing the work of the Conference in that area. The Committee 
shall serve under the direction of the Conference Minister. 

15. A Youth Committee of three s'hall be elected by the Conference 
on a rotating basis for three year terms. This Committee shall plan for 
Annual Youth sessions concurrent to the Conference Annual Meetings 
and for such other Conference-wide activities that may be feasible. This 
Committee shall also be responsible for the organization, oversight and 
direction of FORESEE YOUTH, the Conference youth organization 
whose officers shall be determined and elected annually by the high 
school and college youth gathered at their annual sessions. These 
elected youth officers together with the Youth Committee will plan for 
and carry out the objectives of the Conference (Constitution Article II) 
in relation to the youth of our churches. 

16. The Board of Directors shall appoint for each annual meeting 
such other committees as deemed necessary. 

A pastor of a member church, who does not hold his standing in the 
Conference may serve on any committee, with the exception of the 
Credentials and Placement Committee, as long as he is pastor of a 
member church. If he ceases his relationship to a member church, he is 
automatically dropped from the committee memberijhip, unless he is 
called to another member church. He may not be elected to the Board 
or a Conference office. 

Each committee shall prepare a written report of progress to be 
presented at the annual meeting of the Conference, and at such other 
times as the Board of Directors shall request it. 

IV - Finance 

There is to be no pcr-capita, assessment or apportionment levied by 
this Conference upon the member churches or ministers. The churches 
and ministers are encouraged to assume voluntarily a share in the 
financial responsibility of the Conference. 

V - Conference Records 

All records of Conference business in the hands of Conference 
officials are the property of the Conference, contents of which must be 
made available to authorized Conference officials upon request, and 

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which must be delivered to the Conference upon termination of the 
service of officials. 

VI - Ordination to the Christian Ministry 

1. Ordination to the ministry shall be by a local church, after 
examination by a council called by said church. 

2. A candidate for Ordination to the Christian Ministry and 
subsequent ministerial membership in this Conference will be expected 
to have a life which is bearing the fruit of the Spirit, and which is 
marked by deep spirituality and the best of ethical practices. The 
candidate will be disqualified by any habits or practices in his life which 
do not glorify God in his body which belongs to God, or which might 
cause any brother in Christ to stumble. 

3. This Conference recommends that any local church which calls 
an unordained man to its pastorate who does not hold a Ministerial 
License from this Conference allow a trial period of one year before 
proceeding with his ordination. 

a. Every candidate for ordination is encouraged to first apply for 
Ministerial License. 

b. Prospective candidates for the ministry, the mission field, and 
other areas of service are encouraged to apply for Conference Care 
Membership. 

VII - Ministerial Standards and Membership 

1. A Ministerial Membership. 

a. A Ministerial standing in this Conference shall require: 

(1) A minimum academic attainment of a diploma from an 
accredited Bible institute or the equivalent in formal education or 
Christian service. However, this Conference considers a seminary 
training to be desirable. 

(2) Acceptable ordination to the Christian ministry. 

(3) Reception into membership in the Conference in the manner 
provided by the Constitution (Article V). 

(4) Membership in a Congregational Christian, or a 
congregation ally governed, local church. 

b. Good and regular standing of ministers shall indicate that they do 
hold Conference membership and are not under disciplinary penalty as 
a result of charges against them. 

c. An associate or fellowship relationship only may be granted to 
ministers having their credentials in a non-Congregational body, 
entitling them to all the privileges of the Conference, with the 
exception of holding office, committee membership and voting. 

d. Ministerial membership cards, both for ministers in full standing 
and for hcenses, shall be issued annually as of the closing date of the 
Annual Meeting, over the Signatures of the President and the 
Conference Minister of the Conference. A voluntary fee of $10.00 shall 
be suggested at each issuance which will include the cost of the 
Conference periodical and the Year Book. 

^- Ministerial members who are inactive for a period of two years, 
during which time they do not answer Conference or regional 
correspondence or questionnaires; and do not make a contribution, 
financial or otherwise; and do not attend any Conference or regional 
meetings; and do not make any contact whatever with this Conference, 
shall be contacted if at all possible by the Credentials and Placement 
Committee to ascertain their interest in this Conference. If there is no 
response, or no interest indicated, the names of such Ministerial 
members may be recommended by said Committee to any Annual 
Meeting of the Conference for removal from Ministerial membership in 
the Conference; similarly, recommendation may be made for removal 
from membership in any of the applicable three other types of 
membership as defined in the Constitution (Article V.l). 

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2. Licentiate Membership 

Ministerial license to preach conferring authority to perform the 
regular functions of the parish ministry, including the solemnization of 
marriages where legally permissable shall be granted by the Conference 
upon recommendation by the Credentials and Placement Committee 
and shall expire with the' closing date of the ensuing Annual Meeting of 
the Conference, such license is renewable at the discretion of the 
Credentials and Placement Committee upon application to its chairman 
at least thirty (30) days before expiration of the license. 

3. Christian Worker Membership 

Any other person who is in accord with the Statement of Faith and 
with the Statement of Polity (Constitution, Articles III, IV), and with 
the general principles of this Conference set forth in the Constitution 
and By-Laws, and is engaged in a Christian vocation such as a mission 
executive, an editor of a Christian periodical, a director of Christian 
education, may be received into membership as a Christian Worker in 
the manner provided by the Constitution (Article V). Such a member 
Christian Worker is entitled to all the rights and privileges of the 
Conference. 

4. Conference Care Membership 

a. Prospective candidates for the ministry, the mission field, and 
other areas of service such as Christian education, church 
administration, ministry of music and similar areas, may be received 
under Conference Care for guidance in preparation. Under such care the 
enrollee may study the Conference Study Course. The enrollee shall 
have an annual personal conference with a member of the Credentials 
and Placement Committee or with some Conference representative 
appointed by them. A person who has been received under Conference 
Care, is considered a member of the Conference under Conference Care, 
and is entitled to vote at all Annual Meetings and Special Meetings of 
the Conference. His vote does not necessarily have to be included in the 
delegation from his home church, if that church is a member of the 
Conference. 

b. The standing of Conference Care may be granted to candidates 
described in By-Law VI, 4, a., from foreign countries who are resident, 
and only for so long a time as they are resident, for study in the United 
States of America. 

5. Lay Preacher 

The Conference shall provide for the status of Lay Preacher upon the 
application of an individual to the Credentials and Placement 
Committee and shall be available only to lay members of the 
Conference. Such status shall be granted for the purpose of recognizing 
an active lay witness of the individual, but it shall not include the 
privileges of licentiate membership such as authority granted by the 
Conference in licensing to perform the regular functions of a pastorate 
including the solemnization of marriages. 

The status of Lay Preacher for the individual shall expire with the 
closing date of the ensuing Annual Meeting of the Conference and be. 
renewable at the discretion of the Credentials and Placement 
Committee upon application at least thirty (30) days before the 
expiration of such status. 

6. Individual Lay Membership 

This membership shall be granted to members of congregationally 
governed churches which are not members of this Conference. Such 
individual Lay Members shall be granted the full privilege of Conference 
Membership in accord with Constitution, Article V, 1 , and Article VII, 3. 

VII - Seal 

The seal of the Conference in use at the tmie of this Constitutional 
revision shall continue as the official seal of the Conference, and shall 
be used by having the same, or a facsimile thereof, impressed or affixed, 
or reproduced otherwise. 



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VIII - Fiscal Year 

The fiscal year of the Conference shall be from January 1 to 
December 31. 

IX - Unprocessed Applications 

Churches, ministers, or individual lay-members from non-member 
churches, whose appUcations for membership have been processed too 
late to be circulated to the entire Conference membership before the 
Annual Meeting, or whose applications are still in process, may be given 
the right to speak from the floor and/or the right to vote at the said 
Annual Meeting, by a majority vote of the assembled delegates. 

X - Amendments 

These By-Laws may be amended by the affirmative vote of 
two-thirds of the Conference members present and voting at any 
Annual Meeting or Special Meeting of the Conference, provided that in 
writing thirty days notice of the substance of proposed amendments to 
the By-Laws be given to all members of the Conference. Upon adoption 
of amendments, the orderly numbering, lettering, capitalization and 
spelling of the By-Laws shall be cared for by the Constitution Study 
Committee. 



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1977 AREA REPRESENTATIVES 

MAlNt 

Rev. Philip E. Webster, R. R. #1 , Box 32. Sedgwick, ME 04676 

NEW ENGLAND 

Rev. George S. Buhl, 207 Main St., Kingston, MA 02364 

EASTERN NEW YORK & VERMONT 

Rev. David B. Johnston, 41 Elm St., Woodstock, VT 05091 

EASTERN PENNSYLVANIA, NEW JERSEY & DELAWARE 

Rev. Herbert E.Anderson, 102 Center Court, Wilmington. DE 19X10 

EASTERN VIRGINIA 

Rev. Willis E. Joiner, 1 109 Decatur St., Chesapeake, VA 23324 

WESTERN NEW YORK & PENNSYLVANIA 

Rev. Rodney Wetzig, P. 0. Box 6, Lake View. NY 1 4085 

OHIO 

Rev. Paul R. Jones, 600 Ward St., Devola, Maretta, OH 45750 

MICHIGAN 

Rev. Ronald Hamilton, 58625 Main Blvd., New Haven, Ml 48048 

WISCONSIN 

Rev. Lynn Scovil, 318 Church Ave., Oshkosh, Wl 54901 

UPPER MIDWEST 

Rev. Clifford Christensen, 57 Kipling St., St. Paul, MN 55 1 19 

CENTRAL MIDWEST 

Mr. Lorin Kment, Route j^l, Norfolk, NB 68701 

GREAT PLAINS 

Rev. LaRue Goetz, 1318 Divide Ave., Bismarck, ND 58501 

IDAHO & MONTANA 

Rev. Ted Meter, Box 14, Paul, ID 83347 

ROCKY MOUNTAINS 

Rev. Edwin Dahmer, 1619 4th Ave., Scottsbluff, NB 69361 

TEXAS PANHANDLE & OKLAHOMA 
Rev. Eloyd Theissen, FoUett, TX 79034 

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA 

Rev. A. Barry Jones, 3 1 75 Harding St., Carlsbad, C A 92008 

PACIFIC NORTHWEST 

Rev. Alan L. Wyatt, Sr., 140 Vine St., Oregon City, OR 97045 

ONTARIO, CANADA 

Rev. Noel Churchman, 79 Graystone Ave., Kitchener, Ontario N2M-4T2 

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REGIONAL FELLOWSHIPS 

The following groups are in formal Associated Relationship with the 
Conservative Congregational Christian Conference as set forth in Article 
VI of the Constitution. 

GREAT PLAINS CONGREGATIONAL FELLOWSfflP 

Officers 
Moderator: Rev. Johnny Hofer, Glen UUin, ND 5863 1 

Vice Moderator: Ferd Holzwarth, Mobridge, SD 57601 

Secretary: Betty Nadeen, Mott, ND 58646 

Treasurer: Solomon Springer, Elgin , ND 58533 

Historian: Rev. Albert Wetzel, Tioga, ND 58852 



Committees 



Credentials, Placement 
and Resolutions 
LaRue Goetz, Chairman 
Edward Horst 
Henry Vieth 

Youth 

Rev. Larry Scovil, Chairman 

Rev. Allan Fadel 

Calvin Kessler 



Christian Education 

Mrs. Betty Howard, Chairman 

Oscar Schaible 

Thomas Hooker 

Nominating 

Marvin Ritter, Chairman 

Art Hummel 

Alvin Lonnick 



MAINE ASSOCIATION OF CONGREGATIONAL 
CHRISTIAN AND COMMUNITY CHURCHES 

Officers 
Moderator: Rev. M. Lester Strout, East Andover, ME 

Vice Moderator: Clarence Bailey, East Andover, ME 

Scribe: Dorothy Draper, Kittery Point, ME 

Treasurer: Neils Johnson, South Portland, ME 

Committees 

Missions and Evangelism 
Rev. Paul M. Shaw, Chairman 
Mary Bailey 
Margaret Buzzell 



Credentials and Placement 
Rev. Philip Webster, Chairman 
Rev. Aubrey Kelloway 
Rev. Paul M.Shaw 

Christian Ed. & Publications 
Rev. Nathaniel Pearson, Chairman 
Rev. Daniel Wray 
Neils Johnson 

Youth Activities 
Mike Bullock, Chairman 
Jean Emery 
Richard Craven 



Women 's Activities 

Mrs. Dorothy Draper, Chairman 

Mrs. Betty Strout 

Mrs. Ellen Shaw 



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CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN 
CONFERENCE OF MICHIGAN 

Moderator: Rev. Ron Hamilton, 58725 Main St., New Haven, MI 48048 
Vice Moderator: Rev. William Randall, Box 97, Smiths Creek, MI 

48074 
Scribe: Mr. C. R. DeVinney, 58816 Main St., New Haven, MI 48048 
Treasurer: Rev. Ronald Goodrich, 3485 Southgate Dr., Flint, MI 48507 
Women's Activity Committee: Sharon Lewis, 14215 Fowlerville Rd., 

Perry, MI 48872 

Credentials Committee Youth Committee 

Rev. John Bristol, Chairman Mr. Robert Wilbur, Chairman 

Rev. Ralph Jackman Mr. Thomas Nelson 

Rev. Robert Petrovich Ms. Joanne Wahl 

Nominating Committee Women 's A ctivity Committee 

Rev. Ralph Jackman Ms. Sharon Lewis 

Rev. William Randall Ms. Etheljane Rothney 

Rev. George Reith Ms. Leah Webber 

CENTRAL MIDWEST FELLOWSHIP 

President: 

Vice President: Mr. John Stratmeyer, Worthing, SD 51011 

Secretary: Mrs. John Amen, Norfolk, NB 68701 

Treasurer: Mrs. William Kuhn, Clarks, NB 68628 

Youth Coordinators: Mr. and Mrs. Loren Kment, Norfolk, NB 68701 

NEW ENGLAND ASSOCIATION OF 
CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN CHURCHES 

Moderator: Mr. Frank Nilson, Jr., 15 Bungay Rd., W. Mansfield, MA 

02083 
Treasurer: Rev. Keith Greer, 142 River Rd., Carlisle, MA 01741 

Committee Chairmen 
Credentials: Rev. Ted Boren, 133 So. Main St., Orange, MA 01364 
Placement: Rev. Ronald Sylvester, 169 Village St., Medway, MA 02053 
Ordination: Rev. George S. Buhl, 207 Main St., Kingston, MA 02364 

OHIO REGIONAL OF CONSERVATIVE 
CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN CONFERENCE 

Moderator: Rev. Peter Mathewson, 18110 Westville Harrisburg Road, 

Beloit, OH 44609 
Vice Moderator: Rev. Ted V. Burwell, Sr., 4620 Lake Road, West, 

Ashtabula, OH 44004 
Treasurer: Mr. Walter W. Werman, 14910 Rock Creek Road, Chardon, 

OH 44024 
Secretary: Mr. Fred Burt, Route #1, Box 71, Williamsfield, OH 44093 



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THE CONFERENCE OF THE CONGREGATIONAL 
CHRISTIAN CHURCHES IN ONTARIO 

President: Mr. William Bastedo, 45 Glenwood Ave., Toronto 
Vice Presidents: Mr. Clarence Fockler, R.R. #4, Stouffville 

Mr. William Boucher, 1074 Greenwood Ave., Toronto 

Mr. David Pegg, R.R. #1 , Keswick 
Clerk: Mrs. H. Yakeley, 201 Harold St., Stouffville 
Treasurer: Mr. Fred Steckley, R.R. #2, Markham 
Executive Board: Mr. Lloyd Cumming, 437 Innisfil St., Barrie 

Mr. Kenneth Wagg, 38 Orchard Park Blvd., Stouffville 

Mr. Harry ElHott, Sutton West, Ontario 

Educational Board: ''Tidings ": 

Miss Grace Irwin Mrs. Mildred Durnam, Editor 

Rev. Douglas C. Percy Miss Florence Irwin, Associate 

Rev. Doris A. Way Mrs. H. Yakeley, Publisher 
Rev. WilHam H. Pape 

Youth: 

Mr. Gary Fockler 

Mr. Gregg Clapp 

Church Women 

President: Mrs. Frances Vague, 213 Second St., Stouffville 

Vice President: Mrs. Bette Bastedo, 45 Glenwood Ave., Toronto 

Treasurer: Mrs. Lulu Fockler, R.R. 4, Stouffville 

Secretary: Mrs. Elva Elliott, Sutton West 

PACIFIC NORTHWEST FELLOWSHIP OF THE CONSERVATIVE 
CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN CONFERENCE 

Secretary-Treasurer: Rev. Gary R. Pollitt, 6941 N. Knowles Ave., 
Portland, OR 97217 

UPPER MIDWEST CONGREGATIONAL FELLOWSHIP 

Moderator: Rev. Clifford Christensen, 57 Kipling, St. Paul, MN 
Secretary: Rev. Jesse James, Route #1 , Box 245, Holdingford, MN 
Treasurer: Mr. John Nygren, 45 Kipling, St. Paul, MN 

WISCONSIN FELLOWSHIP OF BIBLICAL 
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCHES 

President: Rev. Donald Ehler, 614 High St., Hillsboro, WI 54634 

Vice President: Rev. Thomas C. Clifford, Box 143, Shiocton, WI 54170 

Secretary-Treasurer: Mr. Harvey Overturf, Route #3, Sparta, WI 54656 



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INDIVIDUAL LAY MEMBERS OF THE CCCC 
FROM NON-MEMBER CHURCHES 

1 . Coleman, David, 6317 N. Kenmore Ave., Apt. 217, Chicago, IL 60626 

2. Coleman, Mrs. Grace E., Route 1 , Willow Hill, IL 62480 

3. Fornes, James M., 85 1008 Mill Street, Waianae, HI 96792 

4. Freeman, Richard, 44 Vilsack Street, Etna-Pittsburg, PA 15223 

5. Garmoe, Mrs. PauHne, Salem, lA 52649 

6. Gillaspie, Robert, Route 1 , WiUow Hill, IL 62480 

7. Green, Edwin Kirby, 2422 S. Roosevelt Dr., Lake Charles, LA 70601 

8. Holmes, Hilmer, 2649 North 49th Drive, Phoenix, AZ 85035 

9. Jones, Mrs. Martha, 44 Nicholson Street, Wilkes-Barre, PA 18702 

10. Learn, Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan, 35 Arnold Rd., Hingham, MA 02043 

11. Locke, Mrs. H. J., Oldham, SD 57051 

12. Lutz, Mrs. R. H., 522 Tecumseh St., Dundee, MI 48131 

13. Marko, Mr. Matt, 2720 N. Sheffield, Chicago, IL 60614 

14. Mosher, Miss Frances W., Salem, lA 52649 

15. Noone, Miss Cynthia C, Rings Island, Newburyport, MA 01950 

16. Oriel, Reginald T., 226 Green St., Edwardsville, PA 18704 

17. Parks, Mrs. Alta, Salem, lA 52649 

18. Parks, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon, 201 E. Webster, Mt. Pleasant, lA 52641 

19. Patten, Mrs. James, Jr., 250 High St., Newbury, MA 01950 

20. Patterson, Robert, 905 Woods Ave., JoUet, IL 60431 

21 . Rook, Mr. and Mrs. Myles, Route 4, Mt. Pleasant, lA 52641 

22. Schaap, Mrs. Edward, 627 Maple Drive, Dundee, MI 48131 

23. Stowell, Dr. Ellery, 4801 Surrey Drive, Corona del Mar, CA 92625 

24. Stueckle, Ed., 1 1707 East Main, Spokane, WA 99206 

25. Stueckle, Mr. and Mrs. Fred, LaCrosse, WA 99143 

26. Stueckle, Mr. and Mrs. J. A., LaCrosse, WA 99143 

27. Tatem, Mrs. Harry C, Woodstock Valley, CT 06282 

28. Tatem, Mr. and Mrs. Stewart M., Eastford, CT 06242 

29. Watts, Mrs. Dale, Route 1, Salem, lA 52649 

30. Watts, Mrs. Wilbur, Salem, lA 52649 

31. Zoellner, Mrs. Wilhelminia, 1612 Camp Road, Huron, OH 44839 



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BENEFACTORS 

Laymen united in support of a 
steadfast, Biblical witness in 
local congregations resulting 
in continued outreach. 



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- Pledge of prayer support for the conference, 
(the most important and greatest contribution). 

- Annual contribution of at least $10 to the work of the 
conference. 

BENEFITS 

- Conference yearbook, special correspondence. Benefactor card. 

- 5% discount on all purchases, except Sunday School material, 
from Foresee Publications. 

- with $10 gift, choice of free book: 

A. — "Lord, Make My Life Count" 

B. - "Job" 

- with $25 gift, both of the above books sent free. 

- with $50 gift, a New International Version New Testament. 



Rev. Joseph M. Alexanian 

Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Anderson 

Rev. Thomas C. Anderson 

Mr. and Mrs. AuUta 

Mr. Orrin H. Bailey 

L. E. Bamford 

Rev. William Bankester 

Ralph J. Bauer 

Mr. Floyd Bernard 

Mrs. Luana Bernard 

John A. Bertolino 

Mrs. Elsie Bethards 

Dr. James Blackstone 

Richard Briggs 

Mrs. Edna E. Broughton 

Rev. George S. Buhl 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Bullock 

Pastor Clair Cable 

Richard T. Chrisinger 

Rev. C. R. Christensen 

Mr. and Mrs. Roger Christensen 

Rev. N. Churchman 



Kenosha, WI 
So. Easton, MA 
Maha, MT 
Bronx, NY 
Muskegon, MI 
Forest Grove, OR 
Freeport, IL 
St. Paul, MN 
Superior, Wl 
Superior, WI 
Bradford, MA 
Villa Ridge, IL 
Palm Springs, CA 
Pembroke, MA 
Peabody, MA 
Kingston, MA 
Portland, ME 
Russell, PA 
Beverly, MA 
St, Paul, MN 
St. Paul, MN 
Kitchener, Ontario 



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Mr. Gregg Clapp 

Mr. and Mrs. George E. Cobb 

Mr. and Mrs. Victor W. Coleman 

Mr. James Decker 

Mr. Glen Dawson 

Mrs. J. H. DeMaire 

Mr. and Mrs. C. R. DeVinney 

Mrs. Thomas F. Doyle 

Mr. David Ehler 

Rev. Donald Ehler 

Bob Emery 

Lewis Forman 

Mr. David Glaze, Sr. 

Anne L. Guba 

William F. Gubher 

Rev. and Mrs. Wayne Hamilton 

Evon Hedley 

Rev. Gary Heikkila 

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Heitland 

Mrs. Anna Hemberger 

Mrs. Betty Hemberger 

Rev. Johnny J. Hofer 

Miss Brenda Hummel 

Mr. and Mrs. Bud Ivy 

Mr. and Mrs. James E. Johnson 

Dr. Loring C. Johnson 

Mabel Johnson 

Robert R. Johnson 

Rev. and Mrs. David Johnston 

Rev. Robert C. Klein 

Mr. Bill Kuhn 

Mrs. Josephine Laghoobian 

Mr. R. Gerald Lantz 

Rev. Roger Lark 

Mrs. Arlene Laurenti 

Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lilyquist 

Miss Merle Long 

Mr. E. Paul Lyon 

Rev. Thomas Maher 

Rev. Maurice Malafronte 

Donald Marker 

Douglas E. Mastin 

Mrs. C. B. Mather 

Marian Matta 

Jason McConnell 

Randi McConnell 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert McConnell 

Mrs. Charles E. McDonald 

Mrs. A. C. Mead 



Stouffville, Ontario 
Kingston, MA 
Hinsdale, IL 
Oshkosh, WI 
Pasadena, CA 
New Haven, MI 
New Haven, MI 
WoUaston, MA 
Sheboygan, WI 
Hillsboro, WI 
Brockton, MA 
Valley Cottage, NY 
Oshkosh, WI 
Kingston, MA 
Sebring, OH 
Superior, WI 
Arcadia, CA 
Maynard, MA 
Buffalo Center, lA 
Elmhurst, IL 
Absecon, NJ 
Glen UUin, ND 
Mott, ND 
Derby, NY 
Superior, WI 
Brockton, MA 
Bemus Point, NY 
Bemus Point, NY 
Woodstock, VT 
Portland, OR 
Clarks, NB 
Pawtucket, RI 
Oak Brook, IL 
Vista, CA 
Kingston, MA 
Sheboygan, WI 
Oshkosh, WI 
Highland, IL 
Plymouth, PA 
Valley Cottage, NY 
Milwaukee, WI 
Burnt Hills, NY 
New Haven, MI 
North Huntingdon, PA 
Superior, WI 
Superior, WI 
Superior, WI 
Peabody, MA 
Hammond, NY 



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Rev. Harold Milner 

Betty Naaden 

Mr. Herbert G. Nies 

Cynthia C. Noone 

Janette Nygren 

Mr. John Nygren 

Mr. Wilham Nygren 

Miguel A. Ortiz 

Rev. J. Bruce Ostien 

Mrs. James F. Patten, Jr. 

Mr. Albert Pfaffenroth 

Elsie S. Pinolekto 

Mr. and Mrs. G. Edgar Pohly 

Mr. H. D. Reichert 

Rev. George W. Rieth 

Dorothy R. Ripley 

Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Rupp 

Mr. Walter Rusnak 

Philip Schneider 

Rev. Clarence Schultz 

Miss Carol L. Scovil 

Rev. Lynn Scovil 

Rev. and Mrs. Paul Shaw 

Mr. and Mrs. E. Shumaker 

E. F. Siefert 

G. Barnum Smith 

Rev. and Mrs. Frank E. Soules 

Dr. Harold Steinhauser 

Rev. M. Lester Strout 

J. A. Stueckle 

Miss Ruth Sturtevant 

Mr. Paul F. Swanson 

Mrs. Leona Sword 

Rev. and Mrs. Ron Sylvester 

Mrs. Gladys Tatem 

Mr. Stewart Tatem 

Richard H. Taylor 

Mr. and Mrs. Glen Thomas 

Rev. Printice Toler 

Mr. and Mrs. John Tomko 

Mr. and Mrs. R. Trautwein 

Rev. Max Vague 

Rev. Victor Vriesen 

Mrs. Maurine S. Waechter 

A. James Wagner 

Rev. Waiiam Walden 

William F. Wall 

Mrs. Lois Watts 

Mr. Philip Watts 



So. Easton, MA 
Mott,ND 
Mott, ND 
Newburyport, MA 
Jamestown, NY 
St. Paul, MN 
St. Paul, MN 
Bronx, NY 
Wheaton,IL 
Amesbury, MA 
Oshkosh, WI 
Maynard, MA 
Richmond, MI 
Mott, ND 
Muskegon, MI 
So. Boston, MA 
Irving, NY 
Disputanta, VA 

Milwaukee, WI 

Superior, WI 

Oshkosh, WI 

Oshkosh, WI 

Portland, ME 

Villa Ridge, IL 

New Haven, MI 

Spring Valley, WI 

Pittsfield, MA 

Davis Junction, IL 

E. Andover, ME 

La Crosse, WI 

Kingston, MA 

Carhsle, MA 

Dalton, OH 

Medway, MA 

Eastford, CT 

Eastford, CT 

Hinsdale, MA 

Central City, NB 

Cromwell, CT 

Prince George, VA 

Mott, ND 

Ocean side, CA 

Ledyard, lA 

Bayard, NB 

Springfield, VA 
Southampton, MA 
Center Harbor, NH 
So. Easton, MA 
So. Easton, MA 



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Mr. Richard Watts 

Mr. David Weber 

Rev. and Mrs. Phil Webster 

Ruth Weimer 

Mr. Waher Werman 

Rev. and Mrs. Avery Wetzig 

Rod Wetzig 

Mrs. Lillian Wick 

Chaplain and Mrs. Alvin N. Williams 

Mr. and Mrs. George Willis 

Pauline Winger 

Rev. Ken Winters 

Mr. Elmer Witham 

Mr. and Mrs. William D. Wollman 

Rev. and Mrs. 0. L. Woodward II 

Rev. and Mrs. Robert Wuster 

Rev. Gerald E. Yost 

Mrs. Ada Yungen 



New Brunswick, Canada 

Flint, MI 

Sedgwick, ME 

Milwaukee, WI 

Chardon, OH 

Crandon, WI 

Lake View, NY 

Maynard, MA 

Ft. Wadsworth, S.I., NY 

So. Easton, MA 

Lake wood, NY 

Troy, NH 

St. Paul, MN 

E. Weymouth, MA 

Inwood, NY 

Yonkers, NY 

St. Albans, VT 

Dalton, OH 



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MEMBER MISSIONARIES OVERSEAS 



1. 


Earl J. Anderson 


Kenya, East Africa 


Africa Inland Mission 


2. 


Jerry L. Banek 


Taikeetna, Alaska 


Arctic Missions 


3. 


Robert E. Barr 


Blantyre, Malawi 


African Evang. Fellowship 


4. 


Alden S. Barrows 


Porto Alegre, Brazil 


West Indies Mission 


5. 


Ernest Boehr 


Taiwan, Republic of China 


T.E.A.M. 


6. 


Ralph E. Camp 


Sasebo, Japan 


Servicemen's Center 


7. 


David I-San Chan 


Singapore 


Scripture Union 


8. 


Kenneth L. Downing 


Kenya, East Africa 


Africa Inland Mission 


9. 


Helmut L. Egelkraut 


West Germany 


Liebenzell Mission 


10. 


Vernon A. Friesen 


Ethiopia 


Sudan Interior Mission 


11. 


Robert J.Gerry 


Tokyo, Japan 


Christian Lit. Crusade 


12. 


Robert H. Hill 


Athens, Greece 


Greater Europe Mission 


13. 


Edward L. Iwan 


Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 


Sudan Interior Mission 


14. 


Warren R. Keiper 


Sao Paulo, Brazil 


Things To Come Mission 


15. 


Lawrence E. Keyes 


Sao Paulo, Brazil 


Overseas Crusades, Inc. 


16. 


Manfred Kohl 


Ivory Coast, West Africa 


World Vision International 


17. 


WilHam H. Pape 


West Germany 


T.E.A.M. 


18. 


Elven H. Smith 


Auckland, New Zealand 


Navigators 


19. 


Robert R. Thompson 


Parana, Brazil 


Brazil Inland Mission 



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1. 


Lester G. Felker 


U.S. Air Force 


2. 


Francis L. Fly 


U.S. Army 


3. 


Roberts. Hess 


U.S. Army 


4. 


Jerry E. Malone 


U.S. Army 


5. 


Wilson G. Parks 


U.S. Army 


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U.S. Army 



Germany 

Germany 

Washington 

Colorado 

Arizona 

Germany 



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